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A Way Forward – how we can dismantle mental health- and/or substance use-related structural stigma

There are many things we can do to dismantle mental health- and substance use-related structural stigma in health-care settings. We asked people to share their insights on how this can be achieved. This is what they said. 


Structural stigma can be dismantled. Here’s what we’re doing to help.

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